FREE Online Chore Chart for Kids – Earn Rewards!

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My Job ChartKids love being rewarded, and now there’s an easy and free system that will reward them for doing chores!

Sign up for a free My Job Chart account and your kiddos can keep track of their household chores, earn points and redeem for free rewards!

Want to know why I think it’s a great fit for my family in particular?

We’ve tried sticker chore charts and giving tickets to our kids for doing chores. It works for a few days, then one of us (usually me) abandons the system. My kids love being on the computer and I’m thinking if they know a) this allows them to get access to the computer for a short bit, and b) they’ll get a prize at the end; I think they’ll be all for it!  And for myself and my husband, if we can “set it and forget it” by entering their daily or weekly chores at one time – that should be easy enough for us to handle as well.

Here’s how My Job Chart works:

  • Sign in and complete your profile here.
  • Create and assign chores for each of your children – they’ll have a unique password to use!
  • As they complete chores, their points will add up – they can SAVE up for a fun prize, SHARE with charitable organizations, and SPEND on their chosen prize with the partnership with Amazon.

I’m going to try it out for myself, and will post again next month and let you know how it’s coming along!

My Job Chart

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  1. […] I thought this was pretty neat, there’s a website called MyJobChart.com that is free to use and it’s an online chore chart you can use with your kids. Create your free account, add your kids into your profile and start assigning chores to them. When they complete their chores they earn points to use toward movie tickets and other prizes. Find out more about it here. […]

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